The final match of the T20 World Cup will be played between Pakistan and England on 13 November. Shahid Afridi has chanted the name of India before this match.
Shahid Afridi told Indian fans to enjoy the final
The team of Pakistan and England will land on the Melbourne ground to play the final match of the T20 World Cup on 13 November. Before this big match, Pakistani legend Shahid Afridi chanted the name of India and during this time also gave advice to the Indian fans. Pakistan’s team was at one point on the verge of being out of the tournament, but after that Babar Azam’s team reached the final on the basis of luck. This journey of Pakistan is being compared to the 1992 World Cup, when Pakistan won the title by reaching similar finals.
Afridi said before the title match that the way the team reached the final in the 1992 World Cup, it was more difficult than that, but the above plans are the best. He said that now all the youth have a huge opportunity.
Pakistan should not run with 2 brains
He has appealed to the Pakistani team before the finals to keep their mindset strong and carry on with one mindset. Don’t walk with two minds. Don’t be afraid to fail. The way England has performed against India, through the same mindset, now they will be won.
Reason for fielding victory
Shahid Afridi said that our bowlers have been doing well since the beginning. The batting was struggling a bit, but it was good that we did not get too big targets. He said that 75 percent of the match team wins because of fielding. If Pakistan has reached here, then it has reached on the strength of its fielding and if New Zealand has lost, then it has lost because of its fielding. He said that he wants the entire team to give their 120 per cent.
enjoy indian fans
Shahid Afridi has given advice to the Indian fans before the final. He said that Indian fans should enjoy the final. Wins and losses go on. Actually everyone was expecting India and Pakistan match in the finals, but in the semi-finals England shattered everyone’s expectations. In the second semi-final of the tournament, England defeated India by 10 wickets and were thrown out of the World Cup. At the same time, Pakistan had entered the title match by registering a victory over New Zealand.